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Super Falcons to play another friendly in Canada

26 May 2015, 18:08Israel Ojoko

Toronto - Super Falcons will play another friendly on Saturday May 30th against WoodBridge female football club in Canada as they continue preparation for the FIFA Women’s World Cup.

The Super Falcons played out a goalless draw with Canada on Monday in their first friendly since arriving Canada.

Media officer of the team Gracious Akujobi on Tuesday announced the side’s next friendly scheduled for Saturday against WoodBridge female football club.

The FIFA Women’s World Cup kicks off on June 6 and runs till July 5.

Also read: Super Falcons start training in Toronto

Nigeria is placed in Group D alongside the United States, Sweden and Australia.

The Falcons have played in all previous six editions of the FIFA Women’s World Cup, reaching the quarter -finals in the United States of America in 1999.

Nigeria play Sweden in their first match in Winnipeg on 8th June, with other matches against Australia (also in Winnipeg) and USA (in Vancouver) to come in Group D.

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